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GRIFFIN REVIVES KINGS OF OLD

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GRIFFIN REVIVES KINGS OF OLD

The idea of Griffin heading to Sacramento, alone, brings the idea of the Kings potentially becoming the team they once were in the early 00's. Assuming the role of C-Webb, he would be complemented by a Divac-like player in Hawes, a dynamic Peja in K-Mart, Christie in Garcia, and a less established Bibby in Udrih. Their rotational players off the bench has considerable upside also, with versatile players in big man Thompson and wing Nocioni, and traditional role players in scorers Mccants and Jackson, and blue collar point in Solomon.


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solomon was released

solomon was released today...

however, udrih = bibby, not even close.

k-mart is a completely different player than peja.

most of ur comparisons are mostly based off position, not really what they do.

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Really?

Really? you want the Kings of old that didn't win a championship and by many has been considered underachieving? Might want to rethink that logic

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I think the Kings will not

I think the Kings will not get Griffin and they need a star caliber point. Beno is a nice 2nd point

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